kandi X-RAY | OptionFrame Summary
kandi X-RAY | OptionFrame Summary
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Display dialog
- Show album photo
- Dismiss the album dialog
- Set a listener for when an item is clicked
- Set the content view of the dialog
- Set content view
- Set the title
- Set the dialog title
- Create a WXDialog
- Set the message to be rendered
- Set whether this dialog should be canceled or not
- Set the background resource for the dialog
- Sets the text color of the dialog
- Sets the text size of the dialog
- Set the text size of negative button
- Sets the negative button text color
- Calculates the height based on the list view
- Set the view to use
- Sets the title text color of the dialog
- Set title size
- GetTextView Method
- Show the alert dialog
- Initialize the activity
- Set text size of positive button dialog
- Open QQDialog
- Get view
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I am currently trying to return a JSON object array that requires me to do one asynchronous function and then four nested asynchronous map functions in order to populate an array of entities. Basically, each user has an array of orders, each order has an array of items, each item has an array of options and each option has an array of values. I am using loopback4 framework and therefore cannot do res.send once all things have been populated. The function seems to return on the first await, but any await after that, it does not wait on it and instead runs to the end of the function. I have tried using Promises and .thens(), but cannot seem to figure out how to populate each entity fully nested, and then return the array of populated entities. I keep getting an empty array. Below is only one nest of maps, but I cannot get it to even populate up to the first nest and return this, so I decided not to go any further. This is the code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Sep-30 at 11:28
You only need to use
async when you are using
await in the same function. If there's
await in a nested function, the parent function does not need
However, in your case, there is no function that should be made
async in the first place.
- There is no benefit in awaiting any results in your function, because no code inside depends on any intermediary result. Just return the promises as you get them.
- There's no need for intermediary result variables like
orderFrameArray, you're making things harder than they are with your approach of awaiting individual orders and pushing them to a top-level variable.
awaitin a loop like you do inside your
.map()call is bad for performance. You are basically serializing database access this way – the next query will only be sent after the current one has returned. This kind of daisy-chaining nullifies the database's ability to process multiple concurrent requests.
throwterminates the function anyway, you can do multiple checks for error conditions without using
else if. This reduces nesting.
So a fully asynchronous function would look like this:
I try to filter a subform in datasheet view depending on an optionframe by a textbox on the main form when pushing the search button. I tried 2 methods so far:
1) altering the select query the subform is based on using a like operator in the where clause -> does not work (problem with where clause)
2) changing the filter on the subform filter event by using the like operator -> does not work (Error: "type mismatch"; commented out in the following code)
I'm thankful for any hint/advice!
here is my code of the search button on-click event:...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Jul-25 at 12:32
You are searching for string values but not escaping them correctly so this line
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You can use OptionFrame like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the OptionFrame component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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